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. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> everyone knows cable news more opinionated but journalism substantial differences between the news channels. the study finds 85%. approach is obvious to anyone who watches. >> three months after newtown and eight months after the aurora, colorado, shootings in that theater. time to do something. tonight i'm urging you call to your members of congress. >> fox mews, by contrast, 55% opinion and cnn is the only one of the three, according to this study too, air more reporting, 54%, than opinion at 46%. so, gail shister, is that because it's the cheapest? >> it's a lot cheaper to be spout off than it is to actually report it. the thing that gave me pause about the study and i have great respect for pew is how they deaf renshia differentiated between reporting because you can argue that reporting forms opinion and where do you draw the line? i wasn't sure it was in the content analysis that they did for the study. dubious about what was opinion, what was news. no questio
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